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Tehnologije vgradnje in rehabilitacije vodovodnih cevi : magistrsko delo
Tofil, Tanja (Author), Steinman, Franc (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Kozelj, Daniel (Co-mentor)

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Abstract
Možnost uporabe tehnologij brez izkopa je v Sloveniji še relativno neraziskano področje, dočim je njihova uporaba v tujini že stalna praksa. Magistrsko delo nudi vpogled v možnosti uporabe tehnologij brez izkopa na področju vgradnje ter rehabilitacije vodovodnih cevi v Sloveniji. V prvem delu magistrskega dela smo se osredotočili na slovensko in nizozemsko zakonodajo ter pristope na področju vodooskrbe ter tehnologij brez izkopa. Za boljše razumevanje stanja smo se dotaknili tudi tehničnega stanja vodovodnih sistemov obeh držav. V drugem delu magistrske naloge je bil narejena klasifikacija tehnologij vgradnje brez izkopa, kot alternative tradicionalni vgradnji z izkopom jarkov. Prav tako je bil narejen pregled tehnologij rehabilitacije vodovodnih cevi. K rehabilitaciji smo prišteli čiščenje vodovodnih cevi, njihove lokalne popravke, obnovo ter zamenjavo. Hkrati smo izdelali tudi medsebojno primerjava tehnologij rehabilitacije. Predstavili smo shematske prikaze odločanja o rehabilitaciji vodovodnih cevi in v tretjem delu magistrskega dela prikazali njihovo uporabo na štirih različnih vodovodnih odsekih na različnih lokacijah.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:vodovodne cevi, vgradnja, rehabilitacija, čiščenje, popravki, obnova, zamenjava, tehnologije brez izkopa, slovenska vodooskrba, nizozemska vodooskrba
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Tipology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FGG - Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering
Year:2016
Publisher:[T. Tofil]
UDC:628.143:696.11:(043.3)
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Water main installation and rehabilitation technologies : master thesis
Abstract:
The use of trenchless technologies is a relatively unexplored field of study in Slovenija, while their use is a common practice in many other countries. The thesis offers an insight into the possibilities for the use of trenchless technologies in the field of installation and rehabilitation of water mains in Slovenija. The focus in the first part of the thesis is mainly on the slovenian and dutch policy in the field of water supply and trenchless technologies. Also, we briefly discussed the technical information about slovenian and dutch water supply in order to better understand the reasons for their similarities and the differences. In the second part of the thesis the classification of the technologies for trenchless water pipe installation had been made as an alternative to the traditional open – trench installation. In addition, an overview of the technologies for the rehabilitation of water mains had been made. With the term rehabilitation we included cleaning, repairs, renewal and replacement of the water mains. The comparison between the rehabilitation technologies had been discussed as well. Third part of the thesis presents flowcharts for decision–making about the suitable technology for the rehabilitation of water mains. In the end we tested the use of flowcharts in four different water main locations.

Keywords:water main, installation, rehabilitation, cleaning, repair, renewal, replacement, trenchless technologies, slovenian water supply, dutch water supply

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